Xbox One and Xbox 360 Controllers Are Now Fully Supported By Steam

Valve is working hard to support different types of controllers and now, with a new Client Beta Update, Xbox One and Xbox 360 controllers are fully supported.

It means that inputs can be customized without worries and you’ll be able to play every game from your library with these devices.

But there’s more.

Valve has recently expanded support for PS4 controllers, whose inputs and gyro can be customized easily.

Players can now use PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360 controllers to have fun with their favorite games.

Also see: Nvidia 1060 Graphics Cards Gaining Use Among Steam Userbase

Anyhow, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Mutants in Manhattan has been deleted from Steam, PS Store, and Xbox Marketplace. It was developed by Platinum Games and published by Activision, that has stayed silent without releasing any statement regarding this question.

This is not the only game that has been taken down from these stores, as also The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 have been delisted too, maybe because their license expired and Activision didn’t want to renew it.

They aren’t exactly considered as masterpieces, so there won’t probably be issues with that.

But Steam is also Awards. Valve’s Steam Awards 2016 winners have been announced and you can find the detailed list below.

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The ‘Villain Most in Need of a Hug’ Award

  • Portal 2

The ‘I Thought This Game Was Cool Before It Won an Award’ Award

  • Euro Truck Simulator 2

The ‘Test of Time’ Award

  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The ‘Just 5 More Minutes’ Award

  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

The ‘Whooooaaaaaaa, dude!’ Award

  • Grand Theft Auto V

The ‘Game Within a Game Award’ Award

  • Grand Theft Auto V

The ‘I’m Not Crying, There’s Something in My Eye’ Award

  • The Walking Dead

The ‘Best Use of a Farm Animal’ Award

  • Goat Simulator

The ‘Boom Boom’ Award

  • DOOM

The ‘Love/Hate Relationship’ Award

  • Dark Souls III

The ‘Sit Back and Relax’ Award

  • Euro Truck Simulator 2

The ‘Better with Friends’ Award

  • Left 4 Dead 2